prof. dr. N.A. (Niels) Taatgen

Professor, Research Director

prof. dr. N.A. (Niels) Taatgen
Telephone:
Secretary (Elina Sietsema):
E-mail:
n.a.taatgen rug.nl

Research

Research units:

Postal address:
Nijenborgh9
Gebouw 5161, ruimte 0322
9747 AG
Groningen
Netherlands
Phone: +31 50 363 6435
  1. 2020
  2. Taatgen, N. (2020). A spiking neural architecture that learns tasks. In Proceedings of ICCM 2019 - 17th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling (pp. 253-258). (Proceedings of ICCM 2019 - 17th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling). Applied Cognitive Science Lab, Penn State.
  3. Ji, Y., van Rij, J., & Taatgen, N. (2020). Cognitive Flexibility in Cognitive Architecture: Simulating using Contextual Learning in PRIMs. In Poster session presented at 18th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling
  4. 2019
  5. Wray, R., Taatgen, N., Lebiere, C., Pastra, K., Pirolli, P., Rosenbloom, P., Scheutz, M., Stewart, T., & Wiles, J. (2019). Functional knowledge requirements for interactive task learning. In K. Gluck, & J. Laird (Eds.), Interactive task learning: Humans, Robots, and Agents Acquiring New Tasks through Natural Interactions (pp. 19-51). ( Strüngmann Forum Reports; Vol. 26). The MIT Press. https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/interactive-task-learning
  6. Ji, Y., van Rij, J., & Taatgen, N. (2019). Discoveries of the Algebraic Mind: A PRIMs Model. In Proceedings of 17th International conference on cognitive modeling Waterloo, Canada: University of Waterloo.
  7. Taatgen, N. (2019). The representation of task knowledge at multiple levels of abstraction. In K. Gluck, & J. Laird (Eds.), Interactive task learning: Humans, Robots, and Agents Acquiring New Tasks through Natural Interactions (pp. 75-87). (Strüngmann Forum Reports; Vol. 26). The MIT Press. https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/interactive-task-learning
  8. 2018
  9. Lieto, A., Kennedy, W. G., Lebiere, C., Romero, O. J., Taatgen, N., & West, R. L. (2018). Higher-level Knowledge, Rational and Social Levels Constraints of the Common Model of the Mind. In A. V. Samsonovich, & C. J. Lebiere (Eds.), Postproceedings of the 9th Annual International Conference on Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures, BICA 2018 (Ninth Annual Meeting of the BICA Society), held August 22-24, 2018 in Prague, Czech Republic (Vol. 145, pp. 757-764). (Procedia Computer Science). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.procs.2018.11.033
  10. van der Velde, M., van Vugt, M., & Taatgen, N. (2018). Modelling the Effect of Depression on Working Memory. In I. Juvina, J. Houpt, & C. Myers (Eds.), Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling (pp. 200). University of Wisconsin.
  11. Shaposhnik, H., Taatgen, N., & Borst, J. (2018). Predicting the optimal time for interruption using pupillary data and classification. In Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 2479-2484). Cognitive Science Society.
  12. Wan, J., & Taatgen, N. (2018). The Influence of Music and Music Familiarity on Time Perception. In Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 2657-2662). Cognitive Science Society.
  13. 2017
  14. Damsma, A., de Jong, R., Taatgen, N., & van Rijn, D. (2017). No Evidence For Improved Attention Towards Implicit Temporal Regularities. Poster session presented at Winter Conference Nederlandse Vereniging voor Psychonomie 2017, Egmond aan Zee, Netherlands.
  15. Huijser, S., Taatgen, N., & van Vugt, M. (2017). Distracted in a Demanding Task: A Classification Study with Artificial Neural Networks. In B. Verheij, & M. Wiering (Eds.), Proceedings of BNAIC 2017 (pp. 199-212). University of Groningen. http://bnaic2017.ai.rug.nl/program.html
  16. Damsma, A., de Jong, R., Taatgen, N., & van Rijn, D. (2017). No Evidence For Improved Attention Towards Implicit Temporal Regularities. Poster session presented at 1st Conference of The Timing Research Forum, Strasbourg, France.
  17. Paul, K., Cnossen, F., Taatgen, N., Lanzer, P., Sehm, B., & Villringer, A. (2017). Brain Plasticity Related to Psycho-motor Skills in Catheter-based Interventions. Poster session presented at 7th IMPRS NeuroCom Summer School, Londen, United Kingdom.
  18. 2016
  19. van Rijn, H., & Taatgen, N. A. (2016). An integrative account of psychological time. In S. E. F. Chipman (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Science (pp. 151-168). Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199842193.013.18
  20. Paul, K., Cnossen, F., Taatgen, N., Lanzer, P., & Villringer, A. (2016). Brain Plasticity Related to Psychomotor Skills in Catheter-based Interventions. 1-1. Poster session presented at Donders Discussion, Nijmegen, Netherlands.
  21. Stevens, C., de Weerd, H., Cnossen, F., & Taatgen, N. (2016). Metacognitive Agent for Training Negotiation Skills. In D. Reitter, & F. Ritter (Eds.), Proceedings of ICCM 2016 (pp. 27). Penn State University Press.
  22. Taatgen, N. A., & de Weerd, H. (2016). Using a cognitive architecture in educational and recreational games: How to incorporate a model in your App. In D. Reitter, & F. Ritter (Eds.), Proceedings of the 14h International Conference on Cognitive Modeling (ICCM 2016) (pp. 119-124). Penn State University Press.
  23. Petukhova, V., Stevens, C., de Weerd, H., Taatgen, N., Cnossen, F., & Malchanau, A. (2016). Modelling multi-issue bargaining dialogues: Data collection, annotation design and corpus. In N. Calzolari, K. Choukri, T. Declerck, S. Goggi, M. Grobelnik, B. Maegaard, J. Mariani, H. Mazo, A. Moreno, J. Odijk, & S. Piperidis (Eds.), Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (pp. 3133). European Language Resources Association (ELRA).
  24. 2015
  25. Taatgen, N., Katidioti, I., Borst, J., & van Vugt, M. (2015). A Model of Distraction using new Architectural Mechanisms to Manage Multiple Goals. In N. Taatgen, M. van Vugt, J. Borst, & K. Mehlhorn (Eds.), Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling (pp. 264-269). University of Groningen. http://www.iccm2015.org/proceedings
  26. Nyamsuren, E., van der Maas, H., & Taatgen, N. (2015). How does prevalence shape errors in complex tasks? In Proceedings of the International Conference on Cognitive Modeling (ICCM) 2015 (pp. 160-165)
  27. Stevens, C., Taatgen, N., & Cnossen, F. (2015). Metacognition in the Prisoner's Dilemma. In proceedings of the 13th Annual International Conference on Cognitive Modeling (pp. 112)
  28. van Vugt, M., Taatgen, N., Sackur, J., & Bastian, M. (2015). Modeling mind-wandering: a tool to better understand distraction. In N. Taatgen, M. van Vugt, J. Borst, & K. Mehlhorn (Eds.), Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling. (pp. 252). University of Groningen. http://www.iccm2015.org/proceedings
  29. Arslan, B., Verbrugge, R., Taatgen, N., & Hollebrandse, B. (2015). Teaching children to attribute second-order false beliefs: A training study with feedback. In Proceedings of the 37th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 108-113)
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